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Where We Are Now

Where We Are Now

June 8, 2020

The PO BOX is a creative collective and intergenerational social practice center dedicated to building the Rogers Park community in Chicago through radical art making and programming. They “embrace a…

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Make Ready for the Revolution!

Make Ready for the Revolution!

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Online Exhibition:
makereadyfortherevolution.tilda.ws
Hosted by Zygote Press
Cleveland, Ohio

Virtual Exhibition: Make Ready for the Revolution! Exhibition Curators and Letterpress Printers: Wendy Partridge, Erin Adair, and Bob Kelemen Make Ready for the Revolution! asks letterpress artists to ready their…

Celebrate People’s History

Celebrate People’s History

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Grand Valley State University
Performing Arts Center Gallery
1 Campus Dr.
Allendale, MI 49401

Rooted in the do-it-yourself tradition of mass-produced and distributed political propaganda, the Celebrate People’s History (CPH) poster series seeks to generate a diverse collection that brings to life successful moments…

Celebrate People’s History Book Launch

Celebrate People’s History Book Launch

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Online at crowdcast.io via Charis Books

To celebrate the release of the new edition of Celebrate People’s History: The Poster Book of Resistance and Revolution (The Feminist Press, 2020), author/editor Josh MacPhee will be in conversation…

An Encyclopedia of Political Record Labels in Cleveland

An Encyclopedia of Political Record Labels in Cleveland

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Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland
11400 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106

Free & open to all In collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland and the Cleveland Institute of Art, artist Josh MacPhee will spin records referenced in his new…

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An Encyclopedia of Political Record Labels

An Encyclopedia of Political Record Labels

An Encyclopedia of Political Record Labels is a compendium of information about political music and radical cultural production. Focusing on vinyl records and the labels that released them, this book traces the parallel rise of social movements and the vinyl record.

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